Region 5: Bicol

The Bicol Region contains the southern piece of Luzon, the biggest island in the Philippine archipelago. The aggregate area territory is 5.9% of the aggregate area zone of the nation. Around 69.3% of the aggregate area zone is alienable and expendable while the staying 30.7% is open timberland regions. 

Bicol Region has a lot of rich flatland, and horticulture is the biggest part of the economy, trailed by business angling. Coconuts, abaca, banana, espresso and jackfruit are the main five changeless harvests in the district. Rice and corn are among the central regular yields. Mining is likewise one of the patrons to the locale's economy. Business angling is likewise vital with thirteen noteworthy angling grounds supplying fish markets in spots similarly as Metro Manila.


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